The Layton clinic is located in the new Layton Medical building off Highway 193. This location offers a wide variety of specialty therapies including ASTYM, pneumatic unweighting, aquatic, pediatric, hand and vestibular/balance rehabilitation. Therapists at the Layton clinic have also provided therapy to the athletes of local schools for many years.
Kurt grew up in South Ogden and graduated from the University of Utah with his Doctorate of physical therapy. He has been a therapist for Mountain Land Rehabilitation since his graduation. His areas of specialty include general orthopedics and treatment of the spine.
Kurt was inspired to enter this field because of his desire to assist and witness healing taking place on a daily basis. Kurt takes a hands on approach to treating his patients. He is a people person and enjoys building relationships that will help his patients succeed. For him, it is a rewarding and powerful experience to help someone improve day by day.
Kurt currently lives in Clinton and enjoys golfing, traveling, watching sports, reading, and spending time with his wife Michelle.
Tiffany received her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University Of North Dakota in 2008. She graduated from the University of Wyoming with her bachelors degree in Kinesiology and health in 2005. Tiffany joined Mountain Land Physical therapy in 2010. She has experience in orthopedic, geriatric, pediatric and women’s health physical therapy.
She went into physical therapy because it was a combination of two of her biggest passions, sports and helping others. Her goal with each patient is to make a difference in their lives and to help them progress to their previous level of function.
In her free time, Tiffany enjoys her family, boating, being active, being outdoors and traveling.
Trish joined the Mountain Land team in 2010 after graduating from Southern Utah University with her Bachelors in Athletic Training and Exercise Science. In 2012 she graduated from the University of Utah with her Doctor of Physical Therapy and began treating patients as a Physical Therapist.
Trish grew up playing sports and played Division-1 Softball at SUU for 4 years. Her experience as an athlete and overcoming injuries of her own inspired her to pursue a career in physical therapy and athletic training. Trish specializes in treating acute on-field injuries, as well orthopedic and post-surgical patients.
Trish was born in Puerto Rico, and with both parents serving in the US Navy moved a lot growing up. She moved to Utah in 1996 and considers it to be home. In her free time she enjoys softball, volleyball, skiing/snowboarding, traveling, and anything outdoors.
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